the Last Resort cove is on the shallow end of Long Pond (9 miles long),
the water temperature will rise more quickly near our camps than where
the water is deeper, and Brook Trout and Salmon usually become active
sooner closer to the camps. Long Pond has a naturally reproducing population
of native Brook Trout which has been supplemented by the stocking of
an additional 4-6,000 trout in recent years. Although it is always a
fisherman's challenge to find the fish, many of our fishermen and women
have found their efforts to be well-rewarded. The limit of Brook Trout
per day is two per person. The limit of Salmon is one.
In addition to the fishing opportunities in Long Pond, there is stream fishing in Upper Churchill Stream, bordering The Last Resort. All streams in the area have a 5 fish limit for brook trout. There are also approximately 60 ponds, lakes, rivers and streams available for fishing in the Jackman area.
is a wonderful time to observe the changes in nature--the leaves come
out in late May and there is an explosion of green in early June. May
is the time for those long, bugless walks in the woods, marveling at
the loud and varied warbling of the songbirds while at the same time
being filled with a sense of solitude. Birds of all kinds are nesting,
baby animals are making their appearance, wildflowers are bursting forth,
and the insect world comes alive in early June. Nights are filled with
the sounds of loons, spring peepers, black ducks laughing, and the occasional
hooting of an owl.
During early-May to mid-June,
moose are generally very visible along Route 201, north of Jackman,
and Route 15, east of Jackman during the early morning and late evening
hours. This is also the time when moose are walking the woods roads and occasionally wandering through camps, foraging for newly emerging leaves. By mid-to-late June, moose are an everyday sight from your cabin
porch. Early risers can hop in a canoe and commune with the moose even
before the mist rises from the lake.
SPRING NIGHTLY RATES (May 10 - July 13)
DOGS, (well behaved, quiet and on leashes) are welcome at these times- ADVANCE NOTICE IS REQUIRED and there is a $5/dog/night charge. Dogs are not to be left alone in the cabin. Limit: 2 dogs per cabin.
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